There is something powerful about the idea of parallel worlds; the notion that there is a universe for every potential outcome. For every particle that either decays or stays, for every time you turn left or right, for every sun that goes nova or expands; there is a Universe. Every choice you made or didn't make, … Continue reading Parallels


I consider myself a skeptic. I don't believe in things that I can't verify through either my own experience or through the scientific research of people who get paid for that kind of thing. If I can't touch it, taste it, smell it or see it, or if it hasn't been verified in a lab … Continue reading Superstitious

Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Neither Emily nor I have been to Boston's Museum of Fine Arts and since we had the day off together, we decided to check it out. This sounds like a simple thing on the surface: Emily and Dylan head off to the museum together and enjoy fine arts. In reality, we spent an embarrassing amount of time … Continue reading Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Confronting Confrontation Confrontationally

I've never been a very confrontational person. I prefer sulking and passive-aggressive snarking to out and out telling someone off. Any attempt to "get up in someone's grill" usually leads to a mild sputtering and a red face on my part. Even just thinking about it makes me want to throw up. It took me a … Continue reading Confronting Confrontation Confrontationally

Google Nonplussed

I've been using Google Plus for the last few days. For people who aren't aware, Google Plus is Google's attempt to unseat Facebook with their own social networking system. It's still in Beta testing, but it's not too hard to get an invitation nowadays. You should have at least one friend who's sitting on a … Continue reading Google Nonplussed